It seems all so quiet around the Airbus eVTOL program, CityAirbus NextGen. The latest iteration was announced during the first Airbus Summit in September 2021. Since then, Airbus has contracted Spirit AeroSystems to produce the wings, KLK Motorsport and Modell- and...
Airbus has found its first partner for the CityAirbus NextGen Urban Air Mobility (UAM) program. The OEM has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Italian airline ITA Airways to develop the UAM market in Italy. ITA Airways partners with Airbus on CityAirbus...
Airbus has signed an agreement with its long-term Tier 1-supplier Spirit AeroSystems on the development and manufacturing of the wings for the CityAirbus NextGen. The revised version of Airbus’ eVTOL vehicle is scheduled to make its first flight in 2023. Airbus and...
The market for Urban Air Mobility (UAM)-vehicles has seen two significant order and partnership announcements this week, both from the same company. Houston-based helicopter specialist Bristow Group has signed orders for a combined 150 eVTOLs with Embraer’s EVE and...
Airbus is finally ready to enter the crowded market for Urban Air Mobility (UAM)-vehicles. After the development of two prototypes since 2017, it announced the product launch of the CityAirbus NextGen during the Airbus Summit in Toulouse on September 21. Airbus...
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